Thursday, August 5, 2010
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
This video represents our ability to network video and sensor data all the way down to the "boot on the ground." With our C4iSR approach to information sharing, we have developed an end to end approach that is field proven for supporting the Incident Command System (ICS) and the National Incident Management System (NIMS).
Note: These trials were run at CWID 2010 and were designed to test the network and information infrastructure. You will note shaky cameras and video that does not necessarily stay on the objective full time. This was NOT the objective of this scenario.
Mission accomplished. We were able to provide ad-hoc video and sensor networks in disparate and rugged terrain. Images and data were collected from remote field locations (real-time) and fed back to simulated FOBs, EOCs and then pushed back to Washington DC, where leadership was able to view, consume and even control data feeds - to include control of PTZ when relinquished at the FOB level.
Friday, July 23, 2010
This video represents imagery that was captured by cameras placed in the field, on the vehicles and even at the tactical personnel level. The network is both wireless and encrypted. Please contact us if you have any questions or if you would like to have a discussion about the program, deployments or how you can develop this level of situational awareness in your operations.
The CWID event at SPAWAR San Diego was a great success! TW Mobile Engineering, our strategic partner and long time friend was at the heart of this integrated operation. The tactical video captured was powered by the GPAC solution designed and developed by ETCorp. The following video represents situational awareness via forward deployed video and sensors.
Imagine the possibilities! We are working on several new products and lines. Information and Intelligence fusion to support field operations and investigations is at the core of our mission. If you would like to discuss the videos and details behind the ops, please give us a call or contact us by e-mail.
Note: Cameras were used to support the proof of concept. You'll notice that images were not stabilized, as mounts and hardware were not the focus of this trial. Information flow and tactical networking were our focus. Mission accomplished...
Posted by dhenderman at 7/23/2010 03:37:00 PM